The latest information on roadway construction and other projects that could affect traffic, bus service, and/or daily routines. View projects on the interactive map below or scroll down for additional project information.
25th Loop Improvements
25th Loop SE is scheduled to be paved on September 17th. Work is expected to take place from 7am to 7pm, and please remember that vehicles cannot be parked on these roads during this work. Access to driveways may be limited for a couple of hours. The work is weather dependent, and any changes to the schedule will be posted here. For any questions, please contact City of Lacey Project Inspector David Weissenfluh at (360) 701-9015, or email@example.com. Thank you for your patience.
The City advertised for bids on sewer, storm and water improvements in the 25th Loop area. The City has awarded the construction contract to OSG Dozing of Olympia, WA. This project provides for the installation of approximately 2,900 LF of 2-inch diameter sewer force main and 8-inch diameter sewer gravity main, 1,700 LF of 8-inch diameter water main and 1,200 LF of stormwater infiltration gallery in the neighborhood. Work to include service lines, meters, valves, transfer of water and sewer services, connections to existing water, sewer and stormwater systems, main abandonments, catch basins, pavement and lawn restoration and other work. Access to homes will be maintained, although there may be times during construction where driveway access will be limited for a short period of time. Construction is expected to start the beginning of August 2020 and be completed by the end of the year.
College Street and 22nd Avenue Roundabout
College Street (near 22nd Avenue SE) is open to traffic.
Construction is still ongoing and drivers can still expect single lane closures and minor delays at times. The contractor will be working on landscaping, electrical, and remaining concrete work over the next month. Construction is anticipated to be complete in September.
Thank you for your patience with this project.
This project provides for the installation of a multilane roundabout at the intersection of College Street SE and 22nd Avenue SE. This project is the first phase of a multi-phase project on College Street corridor to enhance multimodal access, reduce speed, provide enhanced pedestrian accessibility, and improve overall safety. Active Construction from Puyallup, Washington, is the construction contractor on this project.
Construction will begin in the summer of 2019, and is expected to be completed in fall 2020.
For more information, please contact Aubrey Collier, Design and Construction Manager, at ACollier@ci.lacey.wa.us or (360) 438-2639.
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Capitol City Golf Club Estates Water and Sewer Improvements
The first phase of the project has been awarded to South Sound Contractors of Lacey, Washington. Construction is scheduled to begin on May 11, 2020, and anticipated to be completed in the summer of 2021.
Frequently Asked Questions
Due to changes in fire suppression standards over the years, the City of Lacey must replace the water lines in Capitol City Golf Club Estates with larger diameter lines. This will provide an adequate amount of water flow from the hydrants for firefighting. The City of Lacey is also designing a sewer line to serve the area. In 2006, the City observed nitrate concentrations increase in drinking water from Well #4 (located on West Sarazen SE). City staff believes the increase is primarily due to inadequately treated wastewater effluent from on-site septic systems.
This project will be completed in two phases over two years. Currently the first phase, which includes properties on the east side of CCGCE, has been sent out for bids. Bidding will open February 11th and a contract will be awarded on February 27th. We anticipate construction to start in spring of 2020. Please contact Linsey Fields at 360-486-8707 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
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Work is complete on the Depot structure. Opening will occur once playground work is complete and Stay Home, Stay Healthy orders are lifted.
This project provides for construction of a two story wood framed structure closely matching the original 1894 Northern Pacific Railway depot design that once stood near this site. Great care and craftsmanship will be taken to build a quality replica illustrating Lacey’s early history. The structure will be utilized as a trail amenity containing toilet rooms, picnic area, and associated spaces. J.A.M. Construction from Olympia, Washington, is the construction contractor on this project.
In partnership with the Lacey Rotary, work on the site also includes a new train-themed play structure. The play area will be fully fenced and located next to the Depot and Lacey Woodland Trail. The play area will be the first in Lacey to utilize a fully accessible play surface for all park users. KBH Construction Co. from Olympia, Washington, is the construction contractor on this project.
Washington State Department of Transportation will build a Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) at I-5, Exit 111 and SR 510 in Lacey. It will be the first DDI built in Washington. The project started in the fall of 2018 and is expected to be completed in 2020.
Visit the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) website for project details. You can also sign up for WSDOT project updates to stay informed.
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The City of Lacey and Thurston County are partners on the Mullen Road Improvements project to reconstruct a 0.9 mile section of Mullen Road SE from the Lacey City Limits to Carpenter Road. As part of this project, a roundabout is being proposed at the intersection of Mullen Road and Carpenter Road. The project is currently being designed and scheduled for construction in 2019. Thurston County is the lead agency on this project. For more information, please visit Thurston County's website.
The existing on-site reservoir is in need of structural repairs including a new interior and exterior coating. Repairing the existing reservoir without a back-up reservoir on the site would cause water flow and pressure concerns in the area, including a lack of commercial fire flow. The City had an evaluation report prepared by a consultant that identified three possible solutions to provide water when the existing reservoir was off-line. The proposed reservoir was the best economical and engineered solution. Construction is expected to run from February 2021 to December 2021.
All information regarding design, construction, and for public comment can be found here.